Hey guys. I do some audio post production work for my church and what that has evolved into basically me being the producer, director, and engineer for the whole thing. The system in place is falling apart because others are now following through with getting the audio transfered to me. I'm trying to come up with a solution that will cut out the need for any other 'fingers' in this process. The recording equipment is a antiquated Tascam CD burner for live recording. (great gear in it's day. That day is long gone). They have to manually rip that disk 1:1 and send me the raw WAV file for editing. This is uploaded to google drive and then they send me the link. What would be ideal? Well, no need for an optical disc recorder. A hard disk recorder or better a SSD. But would would make all this a breeze would be if I could download that recording via a FTP server. So I'm thinking of building a small rack mount PC (maybe buy a 1U server, used ) and have it run some flavor of Linux and just be a audio recorder and FTP server so I can grab the audio file from home. The audio would be XLR (low impedance) so the capture would be analog. What do you guys think??